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January 31, 2013

Nikonian Northern Exposure #8

dd1-120x107.jpg When Canadian Photographer Maurice Henri began his career as a professional photographer in 1988, he never imagined he would be helping hundreds of kids in Africa, Haiti, and other countries. It all started in an African village when he gave a little girl an orange. That orange eventually led to his project called "Cameras for Healing."
Download this podcast. to Peter and Heather's interview with Maurice.

This is a podcast that will melt your heart!

Maurice Henri believes that the power of the photographic image can open the heart and change people's view of the world. It also tells a story of the relationship between subject and photographer. It conveys what the image maker sees, feels and believes.

Using his methods of art for healing, Maurice has helped many children and adults process stress, illness, and grief.

Maurice's Website is : http://www.mauricehenri.com/

Posted by pspence at January 31, 2013 3:20 AM